Andersen, do you have experience with the husky breed?
Do you live in a single family home with your own private garden?
I ask because several of these gorgeous dogs have sadly landed in shelters here in Switzerland because of pressure from neighbors.
If you know the breed, are able to provide for their physical needs and unique character, then speak to one of the breeders who is a member of the Schweizer Klub Für Nordische Hunde, the breed club of the SKG responsible for huskies and related nordic breeds: http://www.sknh.ch
You will want to contact the 'Zuchtwartin' - this is the person responsible for keeping track of which breeders have pups or are planning a litter in the future. The Zuchtwartin's contact details are on the site.
Get to know several breeders, attend some of their events - and be aware that most will have waiting lists. Be prepared to jump through hoops to prove to the breeder that you can offer one of their pups the lifestyle the breed needs.
Oh, and don't forget the SKN classes - most breeders will want to see that you are aware of regulations and have plans in place to do your practical course before they will consider you for one of their pups.
(A first time dog owner must take the theory course before
getting a dog - but if you are a first time owner, please consider very carefully what it means to live with a husky. They are beautiful dogs, fantastic pets for those who can give them what they need - but they do require some specialist knowledge, and certainly an appropriate environment.)
And... just because rescue is my thing
If you have husky experience, have the private space needed, and would consider a rescue... take a look at the Swiss database of homeless pets. There are several homeless huskies at present, including a few who have been looking for years as finding an appropriate home in crowded Switzerland has proven difficult. http://www.tierdatenbank.ch/cms/tier...unschtier.html
Wishing you all the best.
Andersen, I just noticed in another of your posts you mention that you are a student at Zürich University.
Are you planning on waiting until your studies have finished before getting a pup?
A pup - especially a husky - needs someone at home all day in the first months. The training, building of social skills, bonding is critical in this phase. And the teenage phase requires real dedication. It would be very difficult to give the dog the time needed while living a typical student lifestyle. What about after graduation? Will you be staying in Switzerland, or moving elsewhere? Will you be working full time, do you have someone at home during the day to care for the dog? And as above, do you have appropriate housing for a husky? These are all things that need to be considered very carefully.
It's important to be at a place in one's life where one can make a pup the priority, in order to set the little one up for success. Remember, it's a 15+ year investment.